MuSophia Top Pick is the Monthly Top Chart of Bangladeshi music. Here is last month’s top pick by Team MuSophia. This top chart is made among the Bangladeshi songs released in November. Have you listened to all these songs? If you haven’t, you should definitely check these out.

5Hibiscus Kiss – Seasons

There are moments when we just need a soothing fresh tune to change our mood. This debut track of Hibiscus Kiss is the perfect one for it. Sahil and Rashique, the duo did this soothing composition. The wonderful mastering will make you feel soothing and calm. Give a listen to this duo’s debut track.

4Zahin Rashid – Keu Nei

Zahin Rashid says the tale of solitude in his single Keu Nai. This melodious track is also written, composed, and recorded by Zahin himself. In this lonely tale, the narrator waits for none. He deals with his sorrows and sings his blues. This simple and melodious track is something you don’t wanna miss.

3OVERLOAD – Prophecy

Melodic death metal band Overload has been releasing tracks from their debut album Resurgence of the Obstinate Kind since October 24th. Prophecy is the last track of the album. With heavy drumming and riff come the melodious solos. This ought to metalheads’ favorite number of the month.

2Zafriye Ar – Nite Pari Na

This is the first track from Zafriye’s debut album called Elomelo. The musically marvelous album has a diverse sound arrangement. If you have an instrumental ear then this album is a perfect pick. To be specific about this track – it’s not just lyrics tuned into a song, it will give you the vibe of an actual atmosphere. The sounds and melody will engage your emotion especially the keyboard solo. From acoustic guitar picking to cinematic melody to vintage rock sounds all can be heard in it. The song expresses a state of intolerance to the everyday life inconveniences that society puts on us. Listeners might find inspirations of bands like Moheener Ghoraguli and Queen into the song.

1MiNERVA – Doitto

Half-decade and a year later Minerva returned with this power-packed single. The energy and aggression the audience has been missing since 2013 have all been poured into it. The groovy tune with the banging riff accompanies the lyrics that tell the story of the unholy spirits within the self. Parts of the verses represent an interrogation and inner conflict within us.

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This top chart is made among the Bangladeshi songs released in November. Based on various criteria this selection has been done by Team MuSophia.
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